FEATURED TEACHERS 2018:
Baby Lock (Pam & Missy)
Accent Sewing -Sheryl Smith -
*first time teaching at SATB
12 Hour Class Schedule...
First Come, First Serve...
Lena Mae Dress – Connie Palmer
Halloween Creepy Cottage – Shelly Smola
Cathedral Lace Windows –Trisha Smith
Crochet Trim Bow Dress – Gail Doane
Color Blocked Jumper – Kari Mecca
Knits Reverse Applique – Terri Click
Fabric Tool Box – Katie Bartz
Ladies Jacket – Pam/Missy -Baby Lock
Gilded Thistle – Deborah Marrick Wilson
Jumper/Romper, Blouse/Shirt Class – Joy Welsh
Calie Dropped Yoke Smocked Dress – Maggie Bunch
Playing with Stitches on Felt Bag – Jan Kerton
Lena Mae Dress – Connie Palmer
Sew Lazy – Shelly Smola
Chelsea Sweet & Sassy Scallops – Trisha Smith
Poppy & Daisy Embroidered Top and Reversible Capri Pants – Gail Doane
Honey of A Dress – Cindy Foose
Toddler Summer Dress – Jeannie Baumeister
Lena Mae Dress – Connie Palmer (MACHINE AND EMBROIDERY UNIT NEEDED)
You will fall in love with this breathtaking design that is beautifully embellished for a one of a kind design. On the front, a vintage inspired curved-yoke, has stunning machine cutwork and a beautiful bias neck finish. Down the front of the skirt are delicate folded tucks followed by more cutwork and spaghetti bias and rickrack trim. The precious puffed sleeves are made so sweet with Swiss embroidered trim. The hemline of the skirt is embellished with more Swiss embroidered trim. The design closes in the back with buttons and buttonholes. Sizes Include: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Student Requirements: Sulky Tear easy stabilizer (for pinstitching), Floriani Wet and gone stabilizer (for sewing rickrack to spaghetti bias), Floriani Wet and gone tacky stabilizer (for cutwork embroider), Lace shaping board, Sewing glue pen with plenty of refills, Water soluble fabric pen, small 6” ruler for marking tucks, Glass head pins, 100 or 110 universal needle, 80 universal needle, 60 wt. white thread, curved scissors or snips for cutwork, any of your favorite sewing supplies. Thumb drive for me to put embroidery designs on. One that works for your sewing machine. Please have it marked with your name. Sewing machine and embroidery unit, cords, embroidery foot etc. (must have knowledge of how to use your embroidery machine).
Halloween Creepy Cottage – Shelly Smola (MACHINE AND EMBROIDERY UNIT NEEDED)
Description: Who doesn't need a Creepy Cottage for Halloween? This spooky cottage has it all - bats, tombstones, spider webs, spiders... Ugh, spiders! This three-dimensional cottage is a lot of fun to make. Each piece is made in the hoop, then the cottage is tabbed together. The details are "to die for" with spider web window panes, bat railings, a crooked ladder, and even tombstones. (The pumpkins and brooms are not included - they are plastic!) This is a great project for Halloween - kids are going to love it! Put LED tea lights in the windows for night time viewing!
Student Requirements: 5x7 hoop (please bring closest hoop to this size), 505 adhesive spray, small ruler, rotary cutter, small cutting mat that will fit next to your machine, 80/12 or 90/14 sharp embroidery needles, 90/14 or 100/16 sharp sewing needles. Embroidery thread: black (2-1,100 yd cones), silver embroidery thread, sewing thread, bobbin thread, several empty bobbins, embroidery presser foot, regular sewing presser foot, ¼” presser foot, embroidery nips or small scissors, X-Acto blade, hot glue gun and glue sticks.
Additional kit fee for this class - $30.00
Cathedral Lace Windows – Trisha Smith (MACHINE CLASS)
This tailored heirloom dress features a technique called Cathedral Lace Windows. Using lace insertion and fabric, Trisha will teach you how to create a fancy band that is placed on the
bodice and skirt. The bodice is completely lined. The bodice fancy band is accented with entredeux and gathered lace edging. The neck, armhole edges, and lower front bodice are finished with a sweet shell edge trim that you will learn to make in class. The dress has a full gathered skirt with an attached slip/lining. Trisha will take the dread out of plackets as she teaches you how to make her “Perfect Puckerless Placket”. A gathered sash that is sewn into the side seams of the bodice ties in the back. The hem is self-lined eliminating the need for hand hemming.
Student Requirements: Mettler Cotton 60 weight - 2 spools, white & blue #0363 (new #), child’s finished dress length highest point on shoulder to mid-calf, Sewing Machine – clean and in good working order - all feet for the machine - especially ¼” without guide, open toe applique, and clear view plastic all-purpose, Basic sewing supplies (especially - blue washout fabric marking pen with a good point, glass head pins, Microtex Needles - Size 60 & 70, purple thang or point turner, various scissors, rotary cutter, 6” x 24” ruler, cutting mat if possible), Roxanne’s Glue Baste-It, UNSCENTED Spray Starch, Pinning board (very helpful but not a necessity), paper and pencil for tracing pattern pieces
Optional - Door Stops for machine to save wear and tear on the neck.
Additional kit cost - $28
Crochet Trim “Bow” Dress - Gail Doane (MACHINE AND HAND CLASS)
Hand crochet edging, cast-on stitch bows, and lots of fine finishing details are the focal points of the easy fitting A-line dress. The 100% cotton pique ‘bow’ print pairs beautifully with the #12 perle cotton crochet entredeux edgings on the white pique Peter Pan collar and sleeve edges. Learn how to make the scalloped crochet trim onto an entredeux edge and then shape it around the curves of the Peter Pan collar. Learn how to make your Peter Pan collars in a block method for better accuracy. The dress bodice is fully lined and features a front half belt accented with a three piece bow cut from the bow print fabric. Learn how to perfect a ‘moveable’ hand stitch hem working over a hem edge bound with white batiste. The pattern sheets in sizes 4, 6, 8 and 10 will be included with each class kit and the kit will make up to the largest size. The project kit will be available in two white background bow pique colorways, lilac and turquoise. Please email your kit color choice to email@example.com.
Student Level: Intermediate
Student Requirements: sewing machine in good working order, foot suitable for making mini piping, edge joining foot (optional), magnification (if necessary for crochet using a #10 hook and #12 perle cotton), press cloth, small blocking surface, rotary cutter/ruler/cutting mat (optional, but helpful), basic sewing supplies.
Additional kit cost $15
Pre-Class Preparation: choose class kit colorway and email choice to firstname.lastname@example.org
KNITS REVERSE APPLIQUE-Terri Click (MACHINE/HAND/EMBROIDERY) EMBROIDERY NEEDED
We are all familiar with Alabama Chanin and her beautiful intensive hand work and design using Jersey knit fabric. I take inspiration from her work but create my garments using the sewing machine and machine embroidery. Come to this 2 day workshop and learn reverse applique and working with knits using our sewing machines, sergers and embroidery machines. However, an embroidery machine is not required and the designs can be manually stitched with the same effect. We will make a T-shirt to fit your likes and body. No two shirts will be the same. These will be one of a kind art wear! If you would like to take this class and not make a t-shirt, there is a pillow option. Please go to Thethriftyneedle.wordpress.com to look at more photos. Yardage fabric will be supplied. The pattern will be created the first morning and the design layout will be the first afternoon. The second day is dedicated to stitching and creating!
Student Requirements: Bring your best fitting T-Shirt to copy the pattern. I want the best fitting and favorite wearing shirt for you, especially at the neck and shoulder seams. If you have a favorite T-shirt pattern, bring that please. Also, Tissue paper/ drafting paper, or crafting paper to trace and make your pattern pieces; paper scissors, marking pencil/pen and tape measure; good sharp scissors for comfortably cutting and trimming; lace applique, blunt tip Ginghers or Havels. Everyone is different so bring a couple. SHARP is essential! Basic sewing supplies, Machine in good working order. Embroidery Unit and assorted hoops. Extras like clover clips, needle threaders and favorite readers for better viewing, all help!
When you sign up for class please, tell me your format for machine embroidery designs and your email address for receiving the designs ahead of time. E-mail:email@example.com
Fabric Tool Box – Katie Bartz (MACHINE CLASS)
This Fabric Toolbox is the perfect shape and size for all your sewing tools and gadgets. It’s
approximately10” x 5” x 7”. This project uses free-motion, grid, or channel quilting to add wonderful support and stability. There are interior and exterior pockets. The wire-framed, zipper opening will stay wide open when needed and zip closed to protect your valuable tools and notions. The firm base and optional purse feet provide an added level of professionalism. You will find many other uses for this practical and professional organizer. This is a type of project that is full of tips and tricks that you can use on your other sewing projects. If you are looking to make projects that are more professional in appearance, Katie will help you with that!
The pace of this course is such that is allows for precision in your sewing and completing of the project. Hence, with this being two days, it is suitable for all sewing levels. It is very important that you are familiar with your sewing machine though. There is a lot of detail in this project, so you will learn a lot of the toolbox.
Student Requirements: Walking Feet, Zipper Foot (preferably Double Welt Foot), Press Cloth, Safety Stiletto (I’ll be bringing specialty sewing tools if students need them), Disappearing Markers or chalk liners, Thread, Rotary Cutter, Rulers, Mat, Coordinating Embroidery thread for quilting, Sulky KK200 Temporary Basting Spray, Seam ripper, etc., Usual sewing supplies you like to use. All items are precut. Fabric may differ from picture but is equally pretty. Contact Katie @ firstname.lastname@example.org about thread color to bring.
Additional Kit Cost: $15
Ladies Jacket – Pam/Missy –BABY LOCK
A jacket is an essential part of a woman’s wardrobe. Jackets are great for warmth, but in some opinions, more importantly for style and functionality. Missy is known for her fancy and fabulous jackets. Using a basic easy-fit jacket pattern that can easily be adjusted for a short hip version or a longer style, Missy has combined linen blend fabric and machine techniques to create a special jacket for students. Students will choose between a black or a white linen blend with accents in your color choice embellished with ecru trims and ribbons, machine embroidery and piping to match this jacket are included with the kit. Please bring your favorite color of thread to add your own touch and indicate if you would prefer white or black fabric. All embroidery designs are for in class use only.
Student Requirements: General supply list. Tracing paper.
Color Blocked Jumper - Kari Mecca (MACHINE AND HAND CLASS)
Bright, fun and playful, this jumper features a multi-color lined pique bodice with a peek-a-boo feature at yoke and intertwined trim. Embellishments include boisterous and bright spaghetti outlined flower appliques, ribbon whimsy trims and exposed zipper back. The attached skirt is made of soft diamond knit and has double front pleats with cleverly hidden pockets. Knit belt has exposed serged edges with zipper trim and double D-ring buckle. Learn how to make appliques quickly and easily, and how to attach them invisibly. Embellishments include Kari’s signature whimsy trims, how to layer trims, add a zipper pull and more! Sizes 2-6X
Student Requirements: Threads: Mettler 60 wt. (white), monofilament thread (clear), Machine Needles: 70/10 Universal, Machine Feet: Edge stitching foot, open toe foot. Small set of Whimsy Sticks, ¼” whimsy tape from Karimeaway.com, Roxanne’s Glue Baste-it, 1 yard medium weight nonwoven fusible interfacing, large pinning board.
GILDED THISTLE – Deborah Merrick Wilson (HAND)
When a group of 13th century Vikings attempted to ambush sleeping Scottish soldiers by approaching them barefoot under cover of night, they failed to see the thistle field surrounding their target. Their cries of pain awakened the Scots, saving the day and causing the humble thistle to become the symbol of Scotland. This second in a series of gilded floral emblems of the United Kingdom is executed using traditional English Goldwork techniques with gilt and silver threads imported from an English goldsmith house. No prior stitching experience is required although it is helpful if students are comfortable manipulating a threaded needle. Attendees will explore beginning and advanced intermediate Goldwork techniques including invisible couching of Pearl purl, seeding over high, contoured felt padding, contoured chipping over string and felt padding with smooth and bright check purls, basket pattern chipping over thread padding, “S”ing and “Z”ing spangle attachment, invisible couching of Grecian Twist, and pattern needlepointing with metallic floss. The class kit contains color photos of the finished project and padding stages, all materials necessary to complete the piece, information on the fabrication, characteristics and idiosyncrasies of all threads, sage green canvas with pre-drawn design and complete instructions with diagrams of each technique. Individual techniques will be demonstrated by the instructor as necessary for students to view prior to attempting them. These demonstrations will include information regarding hints as to how to most easily execute the techniques as well as how to avoid common pitfalls.
Student Requirements: General Supply List for hand sewing.
Additional Kit Cost: $70.
Jumper/Romper – Blouse/Shirt – Joy Welsh (MACHINE AND EMBROIDERY UNIT NEEDED)
Have you heard about all of the sharks on the beaches? Well there’s no bones about it, this is one fun shark! It is an actual pocket that children will love! The fabric is a very nice soft denim with a bonefish print. The blouse/shirt fabric is a cotton cream pique. We will be doing machine applique, applique pocket, standalone cuffs and collar, as well as the construction of the garments. You will choose either a jumper and blouse or a boy’s romper and shirt. The jumper & blouse is available in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, or 6. The boy’s romper and shirt is available is sizes 1 thru 4. The generous strap length allows for adjustments of growth for the child. Please state the size you will be making. The “shark bites” on the collar and cuff may be skipped if you do not want it that fancy. The collar and shark pocket will work in a 180X130mm hoop (7X5), but the cuffs will require a 300mm (11.8”) hoop. If you do not have this size, contact me (as soon as possible) and let me know which size and style you will be making and I will fix a matching design to fit in the 7X5 hoop for you; you will not have the embroidery edging, but the option to pipe the cuffs. The girl shark will have a pink tongue & the boy’s a red one. If you want to use your own fabrics for the shark applique, you must bring your own embroidery threads (40 weight) to match your fabrics. Class is suited from beginners to advanced, but you must be familiar with your embroidery machine & know how to get to the edit section. If your machine is an older model that does not have editing features, I will have my laptop to make any necessary changes. I will be providing the designs on a USB stick, if your machine does not use this, please let me know what your machine uses. Please contact me with your machine’s format @ email@example.com so I can have the jump sticks ready to go; these will be yours to keep.
Student Requirements: Sewing machine, Basic sewing supplies (with paper scissors), Edge foot – for jumper, Temporary adhesive spray, Scotch tape and fine pins, Applique scissors, lace scissors work well, along with the small blade curved ones, Rotary cutter, Cutting mat with straight lines, Water soluble pen, Fabric glue stick, Press cloth, Point turner, Hand sewing needles for buttons, bias on neck and cuff, A couple of bobbins wound with white embroidery bobbin thread, normal 60 weight, Size 70 -75 sewing needles and machine embroidery needles – normal size, DMC 50 weight ecru/cream thread, Light/medium denim colored sewing thread. Color such as: Aurifil 50/2 color 1126 – Dual Duty 4760 blue slate – Guttermann 236.
Calie Dropped Smocked Yoke Dress - Maggie Bunch (MACHINE/HAND CLASS)
Welcome to smocking the modern basic yoke dress! Smock the pleated dress front then move on to construction of the size 3–8 dress in class. Smock the basic stitches, focusing on perfect placement and formation. Choose your print in class. Variety is the spice of life! Make and apply piping to coordinate perfectly with your dress. The fully lined high yokes provide plenty of support for the twirling this dress will bring. French seams and a continuous bound placket in the skirt and machine made buttonholes in the back yoke complete this picture perfect dress. Kit includes Fabric, 60” wide, 2 yards, Embroidery floss, Smocking needles, crewel 7&8, Cording for piping, Mother of pearl buttons, 3, Nylon snap, Instructions.
Student Requirements: Smocking pleater with at least 10 needles. Pleaters may be shared.
Sewing machine is good working order with original feet. Machine needles: size 70–75, Mettler 60 thread in soft white or ecru, June Tailor pinning board.
Playing with Stitches on a Felt Bag: Jan Kerton (HAND)
Wonderful bright felt circles embellished with a variety of stitches! The circles are pre-cut from pure wool felt and attached to the sides of the pre-cut felt bag. Use a variety of jewel colors in Wonderfil “Perle” cotton and “Spaghetti” thread. The kit includes the bag kit and handles.
Learn to perfect: needle lace, bullions, cast-on stitch, fly stitch variations, couching and chain stitch variations.
An additional kit cost of $25.00 for this class.
Student requirements: Basic hand sewing
Sew Lazy – Shelly Smola (MACHINE AND EMBROIDERY UNIT NEEDED)
Keep your sewing room organized with Sew Lazy! This caddy has five outside pockets, five inside pockets, and a large center space to hold all of your favorite sewing room tools. From rotary cutters to X-Acto blades, you’ll have room for everything. This useful caddy sits on a lazy susan (optional), so you can just give it spin to find what you need!
Student Requirements: 5x7 hoop (please bring the closest hoop to this size.),505 Adhesive Spray, Small ruler, Rotary cutter, Small cutting mat that will fit next to your machine, 80/12 or 90/14 sharp embroidery needles, 90/14 or 100/16 sharp sewing needles, Embroidery Thread: • Black Embroidery Thread,
Dark Brown Embroidery Thread, Silver Embroidery Thread, Sewing Thread, Bobbin thread, Several bobbins full of bobbin thread, Straight pins, Embroidery presser foot, Regular sewing presser foot, ¼” presser foot, Embroidery nips (or small scissors), Small travel iron, Fabric Pen, Copco 2555-0191 Non-Skid Cabinet Turntable, 9-Inch (Sold by Amazon). If you would like me to order this for you, please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Kit Cost: $35.
Chelsea Sweet and Sassy -Trisha Smith (MACHINE CLASS)
Sugar and Spice and everything nice are what she will look like when wearing this cute two piece outfit. It is sweetness and a little bit sassy at the same time. The top is cool and comfortable with its cut in shoulders and slightly flared bottom edge. The top buttons down the back and has a scalloped collar and the theme is continued with the scalloped panel that accents the center front length. All scallop edges are made complete with corded piping. The matching scalloped hem skirt has a smooth front with an elastic back. You will also be able to use this skirt pattern again without scallops at the lower edge if desired. Both items are fully lined. Pattern is sized 5 – 12.
Focus of Garment: Construction details especially making a beautiful collar, applying corded piping to curved edges, ease of marking buttonhole placement and sewing beautiful buttonholes, and lining a well-made garment.
Student Requirements: Basic sewing supplies especially glass head pins, blue fabric marking pen, and various scissors, Sewing Machine Feet –bring all feet for your machine especially: ¼”, piping or 5 groove pintuck, and open toe appliqué. Size 80 Microtex machine needles, pinning/lace shaping board, 6” x 24” ruler and rotary cutter, Groovin Piping Trimming Tool, Roxanne’s Glue Baste-It, paper and pencil for tracing pattern pieces to prevent losing additional sizes for later use, child’s measurements.
Poppy and Daisy Embroidered Top and Reversible Capri Pant-Gail Doane (MACHINE AND HAND CLASS)
If complicated, slow moving, hand embroidery stitches are not your thing, this project might be for you. The hand embroidered flowers on the yoke and pockets of this easy fitting button down the back A-line top are lifted directly off the Liberty of London print Poppy and Daisy and are stitched in a simple to master backstitch. The fully lined top is constructed from champagne fine line pique bound with a ¼” French bias trim using the Poppy and Daisy print. Learn how to pre-finish the ends of your French bias bindings to exactly match the neckline, pocket and hemline measurements. Learn how to make the binding “in the round” for the finish on the sleeve edges. Covered buttons fussy cut to the flowers in the print close the back of the top. The reversible, elastic waist, cuffed Capri pants are fine line pique on one side and the Poppy and Daisy print on the other. The pattern sheets in sizes 3, 4, 5, and 6 will be provided with each class kit and the kit will make up to the largest size. The project kit will be available in two color ways: (geranium (sample garment) or tomato). Please email your kit color choice to email@example.com
Student Level: beginner to intermediate
Student Requirements: sewing machine in good working order, open toe foot (optional), edge joining foot (optional), 5” hand embroidery hoop, fine point washout marker or Frixion Pen, press cloth, rotary cutter/ruler/cutting mat (optional, but helpful), basic sewing supplies.
Pre-Class Preparation: choose class kit colorway and email choice to firstname.lastname@example.org
Project History: This project was on the cover of the Summer 2017 issue of Classic Sewing magazine. It will be taught for the first time in June 2017. Additional Kit Cost: $25.
Honey of a Dress-Cindy Foose (MACHINE AND HAND CLASS)
“Honey”, the newest addition to a Wink and a Nod’s line-up of classic designs, will be introduced in this exclusive class. A circle skirt with unexpected pleats at the front waist; contrasting, two-piece shaped sleeves; a lined bodice that invokes a raglan look; back closing options (buttons or invisible zipper); tips and tricks for hemming circular skirts; embellishment ideas; and a bonus surprise accessory are on the agenda. Opportunities for individualization are part and parcel of the construction of this charming dress and a special class exercise to learn a simple way to draft a circle skirt (just in case you need one for another dress). The detailed, diagramed handout will also serve as a repository for the technique samples made as part of the class instruction. The pattern will include sizes 4 thru 10; the class kit will be based on one of two size groups: Group A (sizes 4 & 6) or Group B (sizes 8 & 10) Prior to the class a measurement chart will arrive via email. Please fill it out and bring it to class to provide guidance in customizing your “Honey.”
STUDENT REQUIREMENTS: In addition to basic sewing supplies, please bring a zig-zag sewing machine in good working order along with the all-purpose foot, buttonhole foot (or attachment), edge-stitch foot, applique foot (open-toed foot), a quarter-inch foot (optional), your preferred foot for making piping (be it a pintuck foot, a mini-piping foot, or a manual buttonhole foot), and a rolled hem foot (any size) for a technique exercise. Or, better yet, bring all your feet, the machine ones that is. To facilitate the option of an invisible zipper back opening application, please bring the invisible foot recommended for your machine. Additional notions needed are #80/12 and #70/10 Microtex (or sharp) machine needles; a clear 18” ruler with 1/8” markings; scissors for cutting paper, cutting fabric, and sharp-pointed ones for trimming; pattern tracing paper; a mechanical pencil with .7mm lead; transparent tape; tracing paper and #10 Sharp hand sewing needles.
The kit includes the pattern; diagramed handout; fabrics for the dress, lining, and sleeves; a choice of invisible zipper or buttons; piping filler; trims; and interfacing. About two months prior to the class you will be given a choice of fabrics; be sure to give a valid email address when registering.
Toddler Summer Dress - Jeannie Downs Baumeister (MACHINE AND HAND CLASS)
Machine Sewing with hand embellishment. Perfect for Summer, this little dress is classic elegance. The yoke features 1/4" tucks on either side of a Swiss Insertion/French Lace center. Swiss Beading is used to finish the seam attaching the yoke to the skirt. The tucked skirt is edged with Swiss Edging and graced with a simple embroidery design. The sewing focus of this dress is construction as you learn how to line the yoke, stitch lace to entredeux, entredeux to fabric and stitch folded tucks using a machine edge stitching foot. A neat method of attaching beading at the yoke/skirt seam will be used as a fine finishing technique. Many students will come close to com¬pleting the construction of this dress. You will also, learn my favorite embroidery stitch, Featherstitching, along with Bullion Rosebuds. You can choose Size 1,2 or 3 in class.
The dress is made from Swiss Dress weight Batiste, Swiss Edging, Swiss Insertion, Lace Edging, Swiss Beading and Ribbon. Mop Buttons, Anchor Embroidery Floss and Embroidery needles.
Skill Level Required: Beginner to Intermediate. Must be able to use their sewing machine. Basic sewing knowledge. Be able to follow a pattern to complete at home.
Student Requirements: Sewing Machine in good working order and feet for their machine. Must have a Machine Foot that will make 1/4" Tucks. Foot for some Bernina is # 57. Check with your machine dealer to find the correct foot. Machine Edge Stitch Foot, Straight Stitch Foot, Zig Zag foot. Machine Needles in size 70. Basic Sewing supplies, Seam ripper, Madeira #80 & DMC #50 white Thread, 18"X 2" see thru ruler, OFB pattern Toddler Summer Dresses. (Student can purchase this pattern at wholesale cost in class. $6.25 if they don't already own it) Fine Embroidery, Trimming and Cutting Out scissors, Fine line fabric marker, mechanical pencil. Fine Sewing Pins and pin cushion, bobbins for each thread, seam gauge, pressing cloth, Basic sewing supplies. Empty project box. Lace Board or June Taylor cut and press, size about 12" X12" will be fine. Magnification and extra lighting if needed. I have all the materials needed for this class.
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